B1 plays hard in the Winter Cup & Showcase

To our great delight, three of our Boy teams participated in the Winter Cup & Showcase trying to end this year in the best way possible! It is in the Premier Sports Campus where our boys converged to defend our colors once again.

The U12 tried their best until the end

This weekend, our players moved up a bracket in our constant goal of developing and progressing. We aim for every tournament to have valuable learning outcomes for the players.

Last weekend, the B1 Boys played Anjus Jupiter, Weston United, and GulfSouth in three intense games from start to finish. Unfortunately, our U12 boys had a hard time finding the back of the net.

Despite not being victorious in the games, they did overcome multiple adversities including several injuries and missing players shortening their roster. The most important thing is that they fought hard and had fun playing under the sun!

The U13 confronting strong teams

Similarly as the U12, the U13 had some difficulties to find a win in their three games. Nevertheless, it has caught the attention of everyone that the U13 Boys keep on growing and improving, even though the results don’t show it sometimes.

They played respectively against Sarasota, Florida Premier, and Lakeland Youth. Those three strong teams gave our Boys some work, and we are proud of their attitude toward challenges because they gave their hearts out!

U15 back on the fields

We are used to the strong energy of the U15 Boys, and last weekend they had another opportunity to spend it on the fields.

Like the two other B1 teams, the U15 also faced some strong teams that would put them to the challenge.  Anyways, as the result is not the only important thing, our Boys were focused on trying to play together and apply what they learned during the training sessions.

They played against Tampa Rangers, Hurricanes, and Boynton giving them the possibility to test themselves against well-structured and strong teams.

Unfortunately, even though they showed the right attitude both on and of the field last weekend, the boys could not find a win.

Even though it was a big challenge to find a win in the Winter Cup, our B1 boys fought hard and showed some improvements. Of course, this time it wasn’t enough but we have many more tournaments and training hours to prove what we are really worth!